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Development, Youth Training &
Premier hub Foundation is implementing sustainable interventions that enhance the quality of life for under-served persons by building the capacity of young Nigerians and empowering them to create sustainable solutions to the most urgent problems on the continent.
IYEFUND – Ifaki Youths Empowerment Fund, is a brain child of the 30th Ifaki Day Planning Committee of the Ifaki Community in Ekiti State.
It was formed with the mission to inspire, empower and mentor young people from Ifaki community towards realizing their full potential.
Premier Hub was tasked with the responsibility of organizing entrepreneurship programs, seminars, mentorship clinics for youths with innovative business ideas.
They were taken through a one-week intensive bootcamp at the hub. They were taken through purpose clarity, creativity and idea generation, business foundation – starting business the right way, finance – book-keeping and human resources – winning with and through people.
They were also given loans to start up their businesses.
GOOGLE CODE WEEK (SAP)
During the Africa Code Week 2019, which, took place in October 2019, we held a ‘Code for All’ program in partnership with SAP, CTSC (Cape Town Science Center) with support from Google. Code for all was a basic programming training for a period of 2 weeks (10 working days in October) for young people between ages 6 and 18 in Akure, who had never written a line of code. The training which held in about 15 secondary schools in Akure trained a total of 1105 participants in 10 working days. We launched the program with a ‘Train-The-Trainer’ workshop where we trained selected tutors who had prior knowledge about coding. They were trained on how to impart the knowledge of coding to the kids in the simplest and most interesting way. We trained 22 teachers and 15 volunteers and after the TTT’s workshop, selected trainers who were deemed fit to train embarked on the 10 days training across the selected secondary schools.